Beverley Writes

affiliate marketer, story teller, animal lover

A typical day. What’s that?

The title for this post came about because of a comment from one of my Internet Profits mentors. We were talking about blogging and someone asked what they should write about. His reply was to write about what you know-for example write about a typical day in your life.

That got me thinking. What IS a typical day in my life? Or anyone’s life for that matter. Love to know what you think about it.

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Just a thought:

This one is from Dr Seuss, one of my all time favourite writers. He says, “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” Food for thought isn’t it?

The week that was:

Well thankfully my sanity has been saved (more or less) by a lovely change in the weather. Beautiful cool days and nights that could almost be called cold! Summer is not officially over yet but it does encourage me to know that cool weather actually still exists.

I’ve been trying to think about how to describe a typical week and the only thing I can really say is that typically, plans can change almost in an instant.

I usually spend the mornings getting Peter sorted for his scheduled activity then dog training followed by a walk to the beach. Or a drive if I feel like going to a different beach. Then home. Sometimes I need to bath Connor, depending on how sandy she is. Today she needed a good clean up as she smelled revoltingly of dead fish. She was out swimming near some rocks so I guess she rubbed up against some of the bodies there.

The dead fish saga continues but is gradually improving. They get washed up with the tide then washed back out again when the tide goes out. Not a smell I’ll ever get used to.

Peter is still loving his days at the Encounter Centre. It is an activity centre for people with disabilities and he goes three days a week. Tuesday (tomorrow) is his day to go fishing. It’s a real “blokes day” with the gents heading out to an island or up the river to see what they can catch. They really rough it-take their own packed lunches and spend most of the day lounging by the water with a fishing line thrown in to indicate they are gainfully occupied. Isn’t that what fishing is all about really? No ladies attend because they can think of so many other things they would prefer to do.

It’s great for Peter because he lives in a very female world so “blokes day” as it has come to be called, is just the sort of day he needs.

He also goes swimming regularly, 10 pin bowling, lunches at various restaurants and art classes to name a few other activities. He recently brought home a very clever painting of my three dogs kind of abstract, all outlined in a drawing of Pluto. Every time I look at it I find something else I didn’t notice before.

Animal family antics:

Speaking of animals I said a few weeks ago that I was worried about the hens because something seems to be trying to get into their coop. What ever it was seems to have gone so I think we might have somehow dodged a bullet there. Whatever it was, I hope it doesn’t come back.

Last week I was rambling on about how time can either seem to drag or fly. Well on the weekend I was up bright and early, quick breakfast, gear collected, Connor on leash and out to the car to head off to dog club.

For the first time in two years…flat tyre! I made a quick decision to call the RAA thinking it was all too hard for me to attempt myself and they could get it sorted in minutes. My call was answered quickly with lots of reassurance that their man was on his way. That’s when time started to drag.

Fifteen minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, and no sign of my rescuer. Every minute seemed like an hour. But my watch, however, was racing! Before I knew it the time I was meant to be at the club was gone and I was officially late. I thought about giving up all together.

However, eventually all was fixed and we got on our way, arriving late but still in time for some training. Connor made it all better by working really well and we both enjoyed meeting up with friends, human and doggy.

Oh and the tyre turned out to have a nail in it so I’m off to have it mended tomorrow.

Book update:

Off to Willunga Markets again in two weeks’ time. I’m looking forward to meeting my new friends as well as discussing my book with those who want to buy.

I am finding the whole business of hiring a stall and setting up to sell a really interesting and fun experience. The setting up, the helpful suggestions from the “old hands”. Then the dismantling, everyone helping each other. Very physical and a great way to get to know people.

I wouldn’t have known anything about the marketing business if I hadn’t had a book to sell. Learning really does go on forever.

As previously mentioned. You can get a copy of my book by messaging me on my Facebook page – Beverley Writes. Or use the comments section on this blog. The cost is $30 which also covers postage and handling. Or $20 if you live locally.

My business:

A typical day in the affiliate marketing business?

Well I do have a routine which works for me. I usually start my business day by checking my ads and documenting results which I add to a tracking sheet. Then I check my blog for comments and respond. I also visit other people’s blogs and leave comments if they have asked for them.

Usually there are calls with my mentors which are always fun and supportive as well as providing much needed information.

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By the way, it surprises me that only a few years ago there was no such thing as a Zoom meeting. Now they are commonplace!

Later this week I will be attending my first ever all day seminar with Internet Profits. Apparently it’s a feature of the organisation that has evolved from a face-to-face event to an international Zoom meeting, started to work around Covid problems and continuing into this year. I’m very excited about it. Those that have attended before say they learned so much.  I’ll let you know how it goes.

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Wrapping up the week:

Enough from me for this week. I would love to hear from you and would highly value your suggestions and tips.

Take special care of yourselves.


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About Me

Hello, I’m Beverley Bell, the creator of this blog. My main reason for starting this blog is to help people who are interested in starting a business they can operate from home.

Most of my skillset is in the field of writing which I guess is why I am drawn to blogging. The plan is to make this blog into an income earning creation that will enable me to earn a living helping people while at the same time doing something I love.

I am also trying my hand at novel writing. I have one novel published which is just starting to attract some attention.

My other interest is in affiliate marketing. I tried this a few years ago and failed dismally. However I have recently started working with an affiliate marketing company and I’m learning all about why it all went so wrong in my first attempt. And more importantly, how to get it right this time. And that’s what I want to share with you.


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